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Old 11-11-2019, 06:57 AM
 
Location: Riverside
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I really like the Alta Loma area north of 19th street going towards chaffey college, the neighborhoods are nice there.
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Old 11-14-2019, 02:59 PM
 
Location: Southern California
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Rancho Cucamonga has gotten so overcrowded, it's not even funny & they're still building more housing! I kid you not, every single evening at the Ontario Mills Mall, which is along the R.C./Ontario border, it literally looks like Black Friday full of people. I'm not exaggerating. It makes me think are they bussing people in from somewhere?!

A family member of mine went to the newly renovated Haven City along Haven Ave near the courthouse & she said it's all nothing but eating places packed w/ people all over the place.
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Old 12-02-2019, 05:23 PM
 
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I moved from Culver City to Rancho Cucamonga. I've lived here for 16 years now (I can't believe it's been that long). Anyway, like Forever Blue said RC is overcrowded. It's changed A LOT in the last 10 years and not necessarily for the best. We've seen a surge in crime, foreclosures, vacant business centers, etc. I guess that comes with city growth. We're considering moving away. My parents bought in Upland off of 16th and Euclid. Much better neighborhood than where they used to live by RCHS. Plus, more space.



If I were you I'd skip over Rancho and look in Upland or North Fontana. But some of the other posters had a point about avoiding 15 closures, traffic, etc and buying in Oak Hills (huuuuuuuge lots) and certain parts of AV. Driving the 15 will get old really fast for you -- my husband did it for 13 years.
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Old 12-03-2019, 08:01 AM
 
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I moved from Culver City to Rancho Cucamonga. I've lived here for 16 years now (I can't believe it's been that long). Anyway, like Forever Blue said RC is overcrowded. It's changed A LOT in the last 10 years and not necessarily for the best. We've seen a surge in crime, foreclosures, vacant business centers, etc. I guess that comes with city growth. We're considering moving away. My parents bought in Upland off of 16th and Euclid. Much better neighborhood than where they used to live by RCHS. Plus, more space.



If I were you I'd skip over Rancho and look in Upland or North Fontana. But some of the other posters had a point about avoiding 15 closures, traffic, etc and buying in Oak Hills (huuuuuuuge lots) and certain parts of AV. Driving the 15 will get old really fast for you -- my husband did it for 13 years.
Good advice. Thank you.
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Old 12-03-2019, 08:45 AM
 
Location: Southern California
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I moved from Culver City to Rancho Cucamonga. I've lived here for 16 years now (I can't believe it's been that long). Anyway, like Forever Blue said RC is overcrowded. It's changed A LOT in the last 10 years and not necessarily for the best. We've seen a surge in crime, foreclosures, vacant business centers, etc. I guess that comes with city growth. We're considering moving away. My parents bought in Upland off of 16th and Euclid. Much better neighborhood than where they used to live by RCHS. Plus, more space...
Coincidentally, my parents & I were almost going to move to Culver City before we found out about Rancho C.! I always feared that Rancho would be another L.A. & I'm afraid it's going to get there.
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